Episode 1 with Donya K. Washington
Welcome to episode one of the Alliance Theatre Podcast: an exploration of theatre and the people who make it happen. Join Jon Carr and A'riel Tinter in an interview with Associate Producer/Director, Donya K. Washington, as they discuss the importance of supporting Atlanta theatre artists, what might make a good play, and more.
DONYA K. WASHINGTON, BOLD Associate Producer, Alliance Theatre. During her first three seasons she was primarily responsible for the 2017-2018 Off Site Season, during which the Alliance produced its 12 show season in 12 venues around Atlanta, GA. Currently, responsibilities include the Reiser Atlanta Artists Lab, the Spelman Leadership Fellows Program and Line Producing.
Formerly: Three seasons as Producing Assistant, Community, Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
Selected directing credits include: An Octoroon (Actor’s Express); Beautiful Blackbird (Alliance Theatre, Theatre for the Very Young); NYC: Eve’s Song (workshop, The Playwrights Realm); God, Man and Devil (Target Margin Theatre); Pete the Girl (Rising Circle/Culture Project Women’s Center Stage); Little Louise (Fire This Time Festival); Now the Cats with Jeweled Claws (Target Margin Theatre); Cold Keener (Target Margin Theatre). 2008/2010 Women's Project Lab. MFA, Directing - Brown University/Trinity Rep; BFA, Tisch School of the Arts, NYU.
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